Graphic Packaging publishes sustainability, social responsibility report
The report also highlights Graphic Packaging's Sustainability Vision 2025.
Graphic Packaging Holding Co., Atlanta, released its 2017 Sustainability and Social Responsibility Report, which provides an extensive overview of the company's activities with references to the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Standards.
The report outlines three key community pillars—preserving the environment, putting food on the table and investing in education. The report also highlights Graphic Packaging's Sustainability Vision 2025, which notes both the historical progress toward reducing the company's environmental footprint and the goals Graphic Packaging is committed to achieving by 2025.
"We are proud to formally present our 2017 Sustainability and Social Responsibility Report, which clearly lays out the strides Graphic Packaging has made on key sustainability and social initiatives and what we will continue to focus on for many years into the future," says Michael Doss, president and CEO. "Sustainability and social responsibility are at the heart of what we do at Graphic Packaging. This includes the renewable and recyclable paperboard-based cartons and foodservice containers we produce for our customers from renewable wood fiber, our focus on continually reducing our raw material consumption and environmental footprint and our significant involvement in the communities where we operate. We look forward to keeping our stakeholders updated on our continued progress on these initiatives in the future."